Nat continues the series, ‘The Holy Spirit’ and looks at how we can keep in step with the Spirit.
Trials can develop “completeness” if we let them. James called it “holokleros,” which meant “to be made complete after being broken.” This message is for any who have felt broken, and want to feel holokleros.
Join Nat as he explores what the Bible says about the Holy Spirit and how He relates to mankind.
Are you a serial people pleaser? If so, you can probably learn from Dr Seuss’s words, “Be who you are, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.” You could also probably learn from Jesus’s words in Matthew 6. In this message we search this passage for a three step program […]
If the world is looking bleak and you are finding yourself inadequate to deal with its mess. Than the book of Jeremiah is for you. Join with Hayden as he takes us through three things that God reminded Jeremiah to give him hope when things turned sour.
In our final message from this series we combine the psychology of Cognitive Dissonance, the archeology of Turkish ruins, and the theology of the Sermon on the Mount to learn how to make money a tool not a temple in our lives.
Nat takes us through a new series looking at the Holy Spirit.
Finding yourself parched when everything around you screams refreshment is a predicament not felt in the 21st Century alone. Hayden takes us through Psalm 42 & 43 to discover the hope we can have in our darkest moments and how we can survive our situations regardless whether we survive at all.
Mining truths from the history of Crete and the Book of Titus, we explore how grace can work as a sledge hammer against the walls of legalism that trap us. Three common traps of legalism are Defeat, Defectiveness, and Disregard. Join us as we consider the power grace has to set people free.
Nat Stafford leads us through the book 2 Peter and looks at the link to the Letter of Jude.